In the National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute,” a complex of laboratory facilities was created for studying experimentally the interaction of hydrogen isotopes with materials. The complex includes equipment for sample preparation, facilities for plasma irradiation using distributed electron cyclotron resonance and helicon discharges, facilities for plasma-driven and gas-driven permeation measurements, a setup for thermal desorption analysis, and a multipurpose laboratory facility for solving a variety of short-term tasks. The teams of each experimental facility include students. Students of the third and fourth years from several technical universities come to the laboratory complex as interns. Depending on their personal abilities and preferences, the students are involved in different engineering, experimental, and theoretical tasks. After getting master’s degrees, the most motivated and gifted students continue their education as PhD students and work in experimental teams.